This article is about a/an series entry (the 4th) in the Super Sentai series.

Denshi Sentai Denziman (電子戦隊デンジマン Denshi Sentai Denjiman, translated into English as Electronic Squadron Denziman)[1] is Toei's fourth entry to its Super Sentai series. It was broadcast in February 2, 1980–January 31, 1981. It was Toei’s second series with a Marvel copyright, but without involvement from Marvel.


3000 years ago, the Vader Clan devastated Denzi Star. Denzi Land, an island from Denzi Star, landed on Earth. In modern times, the computer of Denziland awoke the Denzidog IC when it detected the Vader Clan approaching Earth. IC found five young people (who may or may not be descendants of the Denzi people) to become the Denzimen in order to defend Earth, the Vader Clan's next target. The Denzimen begin a long record of success with the defeat of Vader Monster number 00, Flying Squirreler.

As the battle escalates, they realize that they themselves may be descendants of the Denzi people. If so, they are not alone; other descendants do exist, scattered around the Earth. Queen Hedrian, struggling in her attempts to make the world a living nightmare, receives an offer of assistance from the space wanderer Demon King Banriki. She accepts it, not realizing that ODK's real goal is the conquest of Earth for himself. He captures the Vader Castle, and torments the Denzimen with his Omnipotent Monse. Hedrer goes into battle himself giant-sized, only to die a tragic death. The Denzimen find themselves helpless against Banriki and his monster until IC sacrifices himself to become a circuit for the DaiDenzin. Banriki and his monster are defeated. Hedrian escapes to the North Pole, where she sleeps, encased in ice, seemingly defeated for good...or is she?


Denjiman Unhenshined

The team.


Main article: Denzimen
color role actor
DenziRed Ippei Akagi Shinichi Yuuki
DenziBlue Daigoro Oume Kenji Ohba
DenziYellow Jun Kiyama Eiichi Tsuyama
DenziGreen Tatsuya Midorikawa Naoya Uchida
DenziPink Akira Momoi Akira Koizumi

Planet Denzi/Denzi Descendants

Other Allies

Main article: Minor characters in Denshi Sentai Denziman

Vader Clan

Main article: Vader Clan


Main article: Arsenal (Denziman)

Transformation Devices


  • Denzi Stick
  • Denzi Punch


  • Denzi Machine
  • Denzi Buggy
  • Denzi Crafts


Legend:✶ team-piloted mecha, ➲ carrier mecha


Main article: Denshi Sentai Denziman Episodes
  1. Ep. 1: Take the Express to the Super Fortress (超要塞へ急行せよ Chō Yōsai e Kyūkō Seyo)
  2. Ep. 2: The Man-Eating Soap Bubbles (人喰いシャボン玉 Hito-kui Shabondama)
  3. Ep. 3: The Great Oil Hell Panic (油地獄大パニック Abura Jigoku Dai Panikku)
  4. Ep. 4: Vader Demon Castle Pursuit (ベーダー魔城追撃 Bēdā Mashiro Tsuigeki)
  5. Ep. 5: The Red Poison Flower That Crawls up the Wall (壁に蠢く赤い毒花 Kabe ni Ugomeku Akai Doku Hana)
  6. Ep. 6: The Demon-Clone Girl (悪魔分身の少女 Akuma Bunshin no Shōjo)
  7. Ep. 7: The Great Tragedy of Planet Denzi (デンジ星の大悲劇 Denjisei no Dai Higeki)
  8. Ep. 8: The Skeleton Town's Great Demon King (白骨都市の大魔王 Hakkotsu Toshi no Daimaō)
  9. Ep. 9: The Bizarre Telephone That Calls Death (死を呼ぶ怪奇電話 Shi o Yobu Kaiki Denwa)
  10. Ep. 10: Magical Cooking Love!? (魔法料理大好き!? Mahō Ryōri Daisuki!?)
  11. Ep. 11: Chase the Life-Stealer (いのち泥棒を追え Inochi Dorobō o Oe)
  12. Ep. 12: The Dangerous Child Spy (危険な子供スパイ Kiken na Kodomo Supai)
  13. Ep. 13: The Popped Rainbow Balloons (割れた虹色の風船 Wareta Niji-iro no Fūsen)
  14. Ep. 14: Come to the 100-Point Cram School (100点塾へおいで Hyakuten-Juku e Oide)
  15. Ep. 15: An Invitation to the Garden of Evil (悪の園への招待状 Aku no Sono e no Shōtaijō)
  16. Ep. 16: Smash the Atami Conspiracy (熱海の陰謀を砕け Netsu Umi no Inbō o Kudake)
  17. Ep. 17: Don't Cry! Baseball Novice (泣くな! 野球小僧 Naku na! Yakyū Kozō)
  18. Ep. 18: A Romance that Blooms for the Southern Sea (南海に咲くロマン Nankai ni Saku Roman)
  19. Ep. 19: My Prince of the Stars (私の星の王子さま Watashi no Hoshi no Ōjisama)
  20. Ep. 20: Gorilla Boy's Great Riot (ゴリラ少年大暴れ Gorira Shōnen Dai Abareru)
  21. Ep. 21: Attack the Grim Reaper Faction! (死神党を攻撃せよ Shinigami Tō o Kōgeki Seyo)
  22. Ep. 22: Super Time, Strange Experience (超時間ふしぎ体験 Chō Jikan Fushigi Taiken)
  23. Ep. 23: A Demon That Walks Above the Ceiling (天井裏を歩く悪魔 Tenjōura o Aruku Akuma)
  24. Ep. 24: The Trapping Superhuman (罠をはる怪力男 Wana o Haru Kairiki Otoko)
  25. Ep. 25: The Tiger's Cave Has a Saboteur (虎の穴は逃走迷路 Tora no Ana wa Tōsō Meiro)
  26. Ep. 26: Princess Denzi's Space Tune (デンジ姫の宇宙曲 Denji-hime no Uchū Kyoku)
  27. Ep. 27: Red Rhinoceros Beetle Bomb (赤いカブト虫爆弾 Akai Kabutomushi Bakudan)
  28. Ep. 28: The Secret Butcher of the Cursed House (呪いの館の密殺者 Noroi no Kan no Missatsusha)
  29. Ep. 29: The ESPer Detective's Raid (超能力刑事の急襲 Chōnōryoku Keiji no Kyūshū)
  30. Ep. 30: Missing, Stolen, Gone (消えた盗んだ出た Kieta Musunda Deta)
  31. Ep. 31: The Magician's Battle of Secret Arts (魔法使い秘術合戦 Mahōtsukai Hijutsu Kassen)
  32. Ep. 32: The Great Shooting Battle of Hell (地獄の大銃撃戦 Jigoku no Dai Jūgekisen)
  33. Ep. 33: The Bloodsucking Instrument Lesson (吸血楽器レッスン Kyūketsu Gakki Ressun)
  34. Ep. 34: The Sad Orphan's Tale (哀しい捨て子の物語 Kanashii Sutego no Monogatari)
  35. Ep. 35: The Puzzling Weaver Princess (謎のはたおり姫 Nazo no Hataori Hime)
  36. Ep. 36: Poem of the Brave Puppy (勇気ある仔犬の詩 Yūki Aru Koinu no Shi)
  37. Ep. 37: Brute Force Demon King Banriki (蛮力バンリキ魔王 Banryoku Banriki Maō)
  38. Ep. 38: The Great Adventure in the Infinite Makuu (無限魔空の大冒険 Mugen Ma Sora no Daibōken)
  39. Ep. 39: The Queen's Angry Apparition Art (女王怒りの妖魔術 Joō Ikari no Yōma Jutsu)
  40. Ep. 40: The Champion's Enemy (チャンピオンの敵 Chanpion no Teki)
  41. Ep. 41: The Greatest All-Out War in History (史上最大の総力戦 Shijō Saidai no Sōryokusen)
  42. Ep. 42: The Bad Dream That Consumed a Boy (少年を喰う悪い夢 Shōnen o Kū Warui Yume)
  43. Ep. 43: The Puzzling Spectrum Lady (謎なぞ七色レディ Nazonazo Shichijoku Redi)
  44. Ep. 44: The Tale of the Strange Lamp (不思議ランプ物語 Fushigi Ranpu Monogatari)
  45. Ep. 45: Princess Denzi was Two People (二人いたデンジ姫 Futari Ita Denji-hime)
  46. Ep. 46: Starvation Hell Plan X (腹ペコ地獄X計画 Harapeko Jigoku Ekkusu Keikaku)
  47. Ep. 47: The Mermaid Who Disappeared in the Morning Sun (朝日に消えた人魚 Asahi ni Kieta Ningyo)
  48. Ep. 48: Demon King Banriki's Rebellion (バンリキ魔王反乱 Banriki Maō Hanran)
  49. Ep. 49: The Great Disaster in Vader Castle (ベーダー城大異変 Bēdā-Jō Taiihen)
  50. Ep. 50: The General Dies Twice (将軍は二度死ぬ Shōgun wa Nido Shinu)
  51. Final Ep.: Resound, Bells of Hope! (ひびけ希望の鐘よ Hibike Kibō no Kane yo)


  1. Denshi Sentai Denziman Movie



Stage Shows


  • This is the first Sentai series to have a Transforming Robo, DaiDenzin.
  • This is the first Sentai series in which the helmets of the team contain a lens visor. Previously, the visor was made of the same material as the rest of the helmet.
  • This is the first Sentai series since Himitsu Sentai Gorenger to feature the original Red-Blue-Green-Yellow-Pink main team formation.
  • Excluding Battle Fever J, which had no movies, Denziman is the first series not to have a movie which is a theatrical edition of an episode. From this point on, almost all of the Super Sentai movies were all original works, with the exception of the second Flashman movie, Flashman: Big Rally! Titan Boy!.
  • This is the first series to feature a transformation device that can be used anywhere.
    • The Denziman's transformation device is rings, the first (and only) time they're used.
  • This is the first Sentai to use colors in the English language as the Rangers' names, as the Gorengers used the Japanese translations of their colors as Ranger Names. After Sun Vulcan, every Sentai team which names their heroes for colors had English colors in their names until Ninninger 35 series later.
    • However, Denziman uses the Japanese colors as the first syllable of the characters' actual surnames. Only Goggle V and the parody series Akibaranger share this trait.
  • Denziman holds a TV show rating of 13.5% by audience share, making it the second highest rating Sentai, only behind Gorenger. [1]
  • This is one of two Sentai to use the term "Denshi" as the denomination, alongside Choudenshi Bioman; however the "Denshi" in this title refers merely to "electronics" instead of "electron" as in the later series.


  1. Denzi can mean "electromagnetic", but no kanji for it is used in the logo, and it is treated as a proper noun, "Denzi", with no direct meaning

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